Making an appointment

Please contact Dr I Katakwa’s Practice Manager, Louise Evans, on any of the following:

Tel:  +263772446876

The Medical Centre
2nd Floor
116 Harley Street

Alternatively, please fill out our contact form:

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Dr I Katakwa

Consultant Physician 

  • President of the Royal Society of Medicine, Rheumatology Division, 2021-22
  • Member of Council and Trustee at the Royal Society of Medicine


Dr I Katakwa

is also a member of Top Doctors

Top Doctors in UK

GMC No: 2825957
Bupa: 02825957
AXA PPP: SK00674

First Appointment

Prior to your initial appointment with Dr I Katakwa, it is recommended that you organise a referral letter from your doctor or specialist , preferably sent on to Dr I Katakwa before your appointment.

This provides important information, which will speed up your diagnosis and avoid confusion with current or previous medication. If you would like to make an appointment with Dr I Katakwa, please contact Dr I Katakwa’s Practice Manager, Louise Evans, on 0772446876

  • Before Making Your Appointment
  • First Appointment
  • Medical Aid
  • Directions To Clinic

You should also bring any recent scans and /or reports which may be relevant to your problem. Blood tests reports, taken in the last twelve to eighteen months, may also prove useful, as an aid to diagnosis.

Your doctor may provide copies of these, if you do not already have them. It is also important, wherever possible that you have a list of all your current medications and dosages with you. This list should include any vitamins or alternate health supplements that you are taking.

Any allergies to medication should be noted and mentioned.

First appointments may last for up to an hour depending upon the complexities of the case and usually conclude with requests for scans and blood tests.

Referrals to other specialists, or recommendations to visit an allied health professional, such as a physiotherapist or podiatrist will be facilitated by Dr Stephanie Barrett’s PA.  Private prescriptions may be issued.

You may receive one or more pain relieving injections into a troublesome joint or around a tendon, if this is indicated for your health problem.

Please note that Dr Stephanie Barrett is a private specialist.  If you have medical insurance, you must contact your insurers before your visit to confirm that you will be covered for your consultations. Some insurance companies will issue you with a preauthorisation number or code, which you should record and bring with you, together with the insurance details, for your first consultation.



medical Centre
2nd Floor
116 Harley Street


The Medical Centre is located in an area with parking metres.

Public Transport:

4th Street Bus Station.